#NEWS24 ICYMI: 'Woman raped, killed and eaten'; only 4 in 10 of working age have a job and Pierre Spies says goodbye

2017-08-21 18:15

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Cape Town - Only 4 in 10 people of working age have a job, according to a report, Hlaudi Motsoeneng says he is staying put at the SABC and there is more on the Grace Mugabe uproar

Raped, killed and eaten

“I am tired of eating human flesh.” That is allegedly what a man told Estcourt police before he handed them human body parts of a woman who was allegedly raped and killed.

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No plans to hold Nkoana-Mashabane to account over Grace Mugabe - yet

There are no plans to call in Minister of International Relations and Co-operation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane before Parliament just yet, portfolio committee chairperson Siphosezwe Masango has said.


Khoza hits back at claims she 'insulted' ANC colleagues

African National Congress MP Makhosi Khoza has denied she insulted ANC colleagues following a boycott of a meeting she chaired last week, saying she was responding to their initial taunts.

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Sorry Twitter, Hlaudi is not moving to Manyi-owned ANN7

Former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has congratulated Mzwanele Manyi on his acquisition of broadcaster ANN7 and The New Age newspaper from the Guptas.


Cash taps fast running dry for Henri van Breda

Henri van Breda is fast running out of funds, his defence lawyer told the Western Cape High Court on Monday.


Inxeba filmmakers respond to violent threats

A small group of individuals have launched online attacks and threats directed at the cast and crew of the multi-award-winning South African film Inxeba (The Wound).

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                                                     The poster for Inxeba (The Wound).

What the City of Cape Town is doing about traffic congestion

Commuters spend, on average, 49.1 hours in traffic in Cape Town, which has the worst traffic in South Africa.

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Pierre Spies writes heart-warming retirement letter

Former Springbok and Bulls No 8 Pierre Spies has written a heart-warming letter following his retirement from professional rugby.

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A look at SA's unemployment crisis

The number of unemployed people, including discouraged work seekers, has increased from 3.7 million in 1994 to 9.3 million in 2017.

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SEDA boss takes personal loans to pay staff salaries

In a shocking disclosure, the CEO of eThekwini's Small Enterprise Development Agency, Protas Madlala, says he was forced to take several personal loans to keep the organisation afloat.


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